We are 20-year veterans of the trade who produce and quality product with expert service. Call us today for Chimney cleanings, repairs, damper or rain cap installations in Willamette county. See our YouTube channel at WillametteChimney.
If you have a raccoon in your chimney then we will not be able to clean it due to the difficulty of properly removing and disaffecting the surface. For more information on this please see this paper produced by the CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/parasites/baylisascaris/resources/raccoonlatrines.pdf.
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Before the cool days of fall are upon us, take time to make sure your fireplace Freestanding wood-stove, or Lined Woodstove Insert ( we do not services unlined woodstove inserts*) is operating safely. You should have your chimney serviced at least twice a year and especially before the heavy usage during cold winter months. Cleaning you chimney yourself is not recommended. You need to hire a professional chimney sweep that will clean and inspect your chimney and ventilation systems for blockages, damage or deterioration.
We at Willamette Chimney understand how important it is to regularly clean and check your chimney. Our technicians have over 20 years’ experience and expertise serving the Salem Oregon area. And our customer’s satisfaction is our top priority. All our cleanings include a 29-point safety inspection report. So, you can rest assured your family will be safe and secure using your fireplace or wood stove throughout the year.
Top care goes into every job we do. We pride ourselves on being on-time and thorough. Our friendly chimney sweep technician will be there to answer any questions you my have. We’ll do the work promptly and leave the job site tidy and clean just as we found it.
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All cleanings include a submitted 29-point safety inspection report.
*A “lined” wood stove insert is a wood stove that has been inserted into an existing fireplace and has a stainless steel liner (pipe or flexible pipe material) that runs the entire length of the chimney flue and is attached to the exhaust port of the wood stove insert. The wood stove insert does not need to be removed in this situation for cleaning. An unlined insert does need to be removed for proper cleaning.